The last word on AS205 local cubes

After my recent posts on AS2005 local cubes I heard from local cube expert Tim Peterson again, who told me about the work he’d been doing in this area. As is always the case there’s a lot more complexity to this topic than can be described in a short blog posting but he’s written up his findings in a white paper which you can download here:
He also mentioned that you can register to download the beta of the latest version of cubeslice here:
http://cubeslice.com/dnldfr1ocms.htm

UPDATE: Tim has just let me know that he’s posted up a demo of CubeSlice which uses Federal Election Commission data, which you can download here:
http://www.cubeslice.com/fecsharefile.htm
Clever marketing move on his part, I think – there’s nothing like relevant data (well, relevant for all of you in the US at least) to catch people’s interest.

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